Girls High School Basketball Team Forced To Forfeit Game After Trans Player Causes Multiple Injuries – EVOL

A Massachusetts girls’ basketball team was forced to forfeit a game at halftime after multiple players were injured by a trans-identified male player on the opposing team.

The coach of the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell girls’ basketball team opted to end his team’s February 8 game against KIPP Academy “after watching a third player injured in the game,” a press release from the school explained.

“The bench was already depleted going into the game with the 12-player roster having four players unable to play. When the coach saw three more girls go down in the first half leaving him with five players, he made the call to end to end the game early,” the statement continued.

The school further explained that the team could not afford any more injuries with the playoffs approaching. “Once the third was injured, the remaining five expressed concern to him about continuing to play. The players feared getting injured and not being able to compete in the playoffs,” the press release explained.

The Collegiate Charter School of Lowell added that it “supports this decision and reiterates its values of both inclusivity and safety for all students.”

“We take the standards set by the MIAA and



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